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Posted in Consumer Privacy

California AG Submits CCPA Regulations for Approval – Requests Expedited Review Ahead of July 1 Enforcement Deadline

On June 1, The California Attorney General submitted the final text of the CCPA regulations to the California Office of Administrative Law for approval. Though regulations submitted to the OAL in June ordinarily would not become effective—if approved—until October 1, the CA AG has requested an expedited review. According to the CA AG, the expedited review would allow the regulations to become effective by July 1, which still is the date his office plans to begin enforcing the CCPA according to a public statement.

Posted in International/EU Privacy

Hogan Lovells Asia Pacific Data Protection and Cyber Security Guide 2020

Today’s urgent focus on COVID-19 makes it easy to forget that data protection regulation saw significant development in the APAC region through 2019, with important legislative reforms and a number of new laws. What do you need to be doing to prepare your organization for the future? Our Asia Pacific Data Protection and Cyber Security Guide 2020 (linked in this blog post) takes you through the developments and key initiatives of APAC countries and discuss the implications of an ever-shifting landscape.